As tempranillos go, this one is very "old world" in style with plenty of prune, dried raisin, dried dark cherry on the nose and palate. I'd guess it likely coems from old vines. Pretty strongly tannic, acid on the higher side and fairly pronounce alcohol. Strong minerality... long finish. What my musical friend said. And enjoyable along with last night's Napa Cellars Cab after that heartless guttersnipe of a Burgundy from Friday night. The garnet loveliness of the LAN and the dark purple of the inexpensive Cab have assuaged my wrath. Morning. Cappuccino. Bach. Lunch. Basement cleanout. 3 people, 3 hours, 3 trips to recycling centre. Mid afternoon Tempranillo treat.